We begin with Andrew Maddalon Andrew Maddalon 6'2" | SG North Catholic | 2023 State PA from North Catholic High School is a 6’2 shooting guard with not only an above-average game on the court, but he has well above-average…
We begin withfrom North Catholic High School is a 6’2 shooting guard with not only an above-average game on the court, but he has well above-average grades in the classroom. His AAU circuit performance showcased an expanded version of a perimeter game making him a more balanced prep player for college coaches to recruit moving forward during his senior campaign.
Next up is. This young man is a 6’1 combo guard out of Mars High School. As time has progressed in his career Tasso has developed a consistent regime predicated on hard work on the hardwood and in the classroom to make himself as marketable as possible to college coaches.
, a member of the Eden Christian Academy High School team excels in the classroom taking a multitude of advanced college prep courses to challenge him for the future. While on the court, Malachi continues to be a leader and provides the necessary complement to his other backcourt mate for the Warriors as they head into the high school season looking for a championship in the 2A classification.
Also, we move on towho attends Central Catholic High School. With a high-grade point average and the knowledge to strive for a high level in academics, this young performer wants to do the same on the basketball court as well. Look for him to make a bigger impression on the high school scene this winter.
Also, we have Jonathan Anderson out of New Castle High School. He has an excellent basketball IQ that matches perfectly with his high academic standing for the Red Hurricanes. He is filled with the leadership qualities to be a success both on and off the court as his senior season approaches in a few weeks. Lastly, we finish our list with another high academic performer,
from Sewickley Academy High School. This solid player is a true definition of an “old school” post player. Though he has expanded his game to the perimeter this off-season while continuing to strive in the classroom.
We are extremely proud that there are still high school players that put just as much emphasis on their studies as they do on the orange ball. In the long run, enjoying your passion for the game of basketball and having those experiences lead you to a good college is very important. You can’t play basketball forever and it is great to see these young men understand the value of hard work in their core academic courses as well. They make the term “Student-Athlete) relevant again…